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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Déc - 08:53 (2017) Sujet du message: How did you react to Kris Russell’s own-goal? Répondre en citant



 to the point where “Coke vs. Pepsi” often feels like a weird,We live in uncomfortably polarized times, unnecessary blood feud.


 really,Authentic Steven Stamkos jersey, it should come as no surprise to witness the reactions to Kris Russell‘s jaw-dropping,So, game-deciding own-goal from the Edmonton Oilers’ painful regulation loss against the Toronto Maple Leafs last night.


 drop what you’re doing and watch this. It’s profoundly strange,adidas Nicklas Backstrom jersey, tragic,In case you missed it, and honestly unforgettable:


After the horrible news regarding Derek Dorsett, the Canucks put together one of their most memorable games in the last two seasons.


 including the game winner. Nikolay Goldobin was solid in his season debut,adidas Philipp Grubauer jersey,There was a real ‘playoff feel’ against the defending champs of the Western Conference. ‘Brockstar’ and reigning rookie of the month Brock Boeser had two goals, setting up the game-winner.


Oh, and some guy named Daniel Sedin got his 1000th point in the NHL.


Just when you thought you couldn’t top all of that mayhem from Thursday, the Maple Leafs rolled into town.


Gone are the days of the Canucks dominating the Leafs. Those ten years were great for Canucks fans, but the wrath of Toronto has bestowed itself upon Vancouver in recent years.


The Leafs have 4-1-1 against the Canucks since busting the ten-year winless streak against them in February, 2014. These Leafs are a lot more dangerous than the crew that beat Vancouver on that night.


 they turned the beleaguered Edmonton defence inside out,On Thursday night against the Edmonton Oilers, peppering Laurent Brossoit with 35 shots. Many of those chances were of the Grade-A variety.


They’ve been peppering goalies all season long. Toronto is fifth overall in even-strength scoring chances, and second in even-strength goals.


 going 7-2-1 in their last ten. Although the Tampa Bay Lightning have two games in hand,The Leafs are hot lately, the Leafs are only one point behind them.


 Toronto still gives up a lot. This game could be a track meet. Last time that was a predicted outcome against the New York Islanders,As good as their offence is, it didn’t go so well 


Ok, enough with the negativity. There are a lot of good things happening with this team right now.


The 3-2-1 road trip should be considered a success, and it ended on a high note after strong performances from a few key players.


Boeser and his 13 goals are now up to seventh in the league. On his wing, Goldobin showed promise that he can play and create offence in the NHL. A second great game tonight would go a long ways to solidifying his spot on the Canucks roster.


The other glaring positive to come out of that way was the play of the Sedins and Loui Eriksson. Their line combined for eight points, showing the promise that Jim Benning surely envisioned when he signed Eriksson to that mammoth contract.


Can Eriksson and the Sedins keep it up and provide solid secondary offence? Eriksson has looked superb since coming back from injury. The Sedins, were able to create with easier matchups. Whether it is the Sedins or someone else, in limited minutes, secondary scoring should be a factor in a game that had lots of offensive promise.


The battle hymn song today definitely sounds like sometime you would work out to after chugging some potent pre workout.


It’s heavy on the drums, it’s proper weird and most importantly, it parlays the perfect message for today’s game.


GAME DAY PREVIEW: Vancouver Canucks vs. Toronto Maple Leafs - Dec. 2/17


After the horrible news regarding Derek Dorsett, the Canucks put together one of their most memorable games in the last two seasons.


There was a real ‘playoff feel’ against the defending champs of the Western Conference. ‘Brockstar’ and reigning rookie of the month Brock Boeser had two goals, including the game winner. Nikolay Goldobin was solid in his season debut, setting up the game-winner.


Oh, and some guy named Daniel Sedin got his 1000th point in the NHL.


Just when you thought you couldn’t top all of that mayhem from Thursday, the Maple Leafs rolled into town.


It’s always an entertaining affair when the NHL’s most-watched team enters Rogers Arena. Those dreaded Maple Leafs fans infect our arena, aggravating fans all across Vancouver.


That, and the Leafs are actually good.


Gone are the days of the Canucks dominating the Leafs. Those ten years were great for Canucks fans, but the wrath of Toronto has bestowed itself upon Vancouver in recent years.


The Leafs have 4-1-1 against the Canucks since busting the ten-year winless streak against them in February, 2014. These Leafs are a lot more dangerous than the crew that beat Vancouver on that night.


On Thursday night against the Edmonton Oilers, they turned the beleaguered Edmonton defence inside out, peppering Laurent Brossoit with 35 shots. Many of those chances were of the Grade-A variety.


They’ve been peppering goalies all season long. Toronto is fifth overall in even-strength scoring chances, and second in even-strength goals.


The Leafs are hot lately, going 7-2-1 in their last ten. Although the Tampa Bay Lightning have two games in hand,adidas Carter Hutton jersey, the Leafs are only one point behind them.


As good as their offence is, Toronto still gives up a lot. This game could be a track meet. Last time that was a predicted outcome against the New York Islanders, it didn’t go so well for the Canucks.


Ok, enough with the negativity. There are a lot of good things happening with this team right now.


The 3-2-1 road trip should be considered a success,adidas Jake Allen jersey, and it ended on a high note after strong performances from a few key players.


Boeser and his 13 goals are now up to seventh in the league. On his wing, Goldobin showed promise that he can play and create offence in the NHL. A second great game tonight would go a long ways to solidifying his spot on the Canucks roster.


The other glaring positive to come out of that way was the play of the Sedins and Loui Eriksson. Their line combined for eight points, showing the promise that Jim Benning surely envisioned when he signed Eriksson to that mammoth contract.


Can Eriksson and the Sedins keep it up and provide solid secondary offence? Eriksson has looked superb since coming back from injury. The Sedins, were able to create with easier matchups. Whether it is the Sedins or someone else,adidas Steven Stamkos jersey, in limited minutes, secondary scoring should be a factor in a game that had lots of offensive promise.


The battle hymn song today definitely sounds like sometime you would work out to after chugging some potent pre workout.


It’s heavy on the drums, it’s proper weird and most importantly, it parlays the perfect message for today’s game.


Sometimes the game at hand isn’t the most important thing going,Authentic Philipp Grubauer jersey, and today would be one of those days.


Maybe this news shouldn’t be a shock, but Derek Dorsett and the Vancouver Canucks announced that the gritty winger has been shut down for the season because of a persistent neck injury.


Nerve injuries are nothing to screw around with. Broken bones will heal but nerve damage can last a lifetime. The fact that Dorsett came back and played like he was never injured was a testament to how hard this guy wanted to play. It’s also scary that Dorsett played hard and had a few fights this season even though the injury turned out to be chronic.


For the Canucks now, they will be without one of their biggest leaders in the locker room. It’s a swift and unexpected blow for the young team, and someone will have to step up in his absence


The Canucks will face their toughest test of the road trip tonight in Nashville. Will they buckle under the pressure, or can they bring one home for Dorsett?


On paper,adidas Michael Hutchinson jersey, Nashville is one of the last teams I would want to face right now as a player.


So many things are going right for the organization. The defence is once again playing as the league’s best. The Predators lead the league in points from the back end with 61 points (64 if you count the departed Samuel Girard).


On the other end of the rink, the Canucks as a defensive unit have four goals and 32 points.


Yikes.


More on the Canucks defence in a second.


As much as goalie Pekka Rinne takes flak for his inconsistencies, the Finnish netminder is among the league’s best goalies with a 14-3-2 record and a .928 save percentage.


The Preds are also 10-1-1 in their last 12 games. They haven’t lost in regulation since they dropped a 6-4 game to the Minnesota Wild on Nov. 16th.


They also have one of the best home records in the league at 9-1-1 overall. It feels like the Canucks have seen this before on the road trip?


This will undoubtedly be a stiff test for the Canucks. The Preds will be a measuring stick for the Canucks to see how they fare against the league’s elite.


So after whispers were growing about Anders Nilsson getting more playing time, he goes into Brooklyn and gives up five goals.


Of course, after one of his poorer starts, Nilsson gets the nod again tonight against Nashville.


It’s a tough test fo Nilsson to go up against two of the best home teams in the league in back-to-back games. Hopefully,Authentic Jake Allen jersey, he embraces the challenges gets back to his shutout form from earlier in the season.


In other Canucks news today, Goldobin will make his season debut.


The kind words and thoughts for Dorsett were floating in this morning as the news broke.


No word on who draws out of the lineup in favour of Goldobin, although I’m sure many fans would be upset if Jake Virtanen was the guy to come out.


The other glaring option would be Alex Burmistrov, who hasn’t done much of anything while he’s been in the lineup.


If Goldobin can impress, it would bring a much-needed scoring punch to the Canucks lineup. However, what really separates these two teams offensively is defencemen.


The Canucks have six forwards who have at least 12 points, and seven if you count Eriksson’s pace. The Preds have five, but six if you count Turris’ production through nine games in Nashville.


As mentioned before, Roman Josi and Mattias Ekholm all have more than 15 points. The Canucks highest scoring defenceman is Michael Del Zotto, the Preds lead the league in points from the back end. P.K. Subban, who has one goal and nine points in 25 games.


Although Derrick Pouliot has looked good, Alex Edler, more is needed offensively from the likes of Ben Hutton, and Troy Stecher. All of these defenceman have shown scoring prowess in the past. It’s unlikely the Canucks will move up the standings until the defence can start to contribute more on offence.


Vancouver Canucks forward Derek Dorsett, a player known for his high energy physical play, has been told that he shouldn’t play anymore because of health risks.


Dorsett. 30, and was evaluated by famed sports injury surgeon, is suffering from cervical disc herniation, Dr. Robert Watkins.


"I’m devastated by the news, Dr. Watkins’ diagnosis is definitive. There is no grey area,” Dorsett said in a retirement statement released by the team. “It will take a long time for this to truly sink in. As hard as it was to hear, and it gives me clarity to move forward.”


Through the Canucks, Watkins said the herniation is “adjacent and separate” to his previous fusion. Watkins had performed cervical disc surgery on Dorsett in 2016.


"Given his current condition and the long-term significant health risk,Authentic Carter Hutton jersey, I advised Derek not to return to play,” Watkins said.


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With seven goals in the first 20 games, Dorsett was on a pace for his best NHL season. In his 515-game NHL career, the most goals he ever scored in a season was 12.  


"He’s an example of what you can accomplish if you persevere,Authentic Michael Hutchinson jersey,” Vancouver general manager Jim Benning said.


Dorsett said he leaves the game proud of the way he played.


"What I can say for certain is that I left it all out on the ice,Authentic Nicklas Backstrom jersey,” Dorsett said. “I gave my heart and soul to the teams I played for and never backed down from a challenge, including this one. It made me successful and a good teammate. Most of all I am truly honored and grateful to have lived the NHL dream.”


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